Molette Green Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, NBC4
March 10, 2022
Molette Green Biography
Molette Green is an American journalist currently working at NBC News4 Today in Washington DC, as a news reporter and anchor. furthermore, Molette serves at WHUR 96.3 FM as a broadcast journalist for more than two decades. Previously, she worked at WTTG-TV as a morning news anchor before joining News4 Today.
Molette Green Age
Molette Green was born in Washington DC, United States of America on 25th September. She is in her early 40’s from her appearance. Nonetheless, Molette has not revealed her year of birth.
Molette Green Height
She is slightly tall and stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx 1.65)
Molette Green Family
Green was born and brought up in a military family. His dad Jonny is a former military man. Nonetheless, information regarding her mum remains a mystery. Molette was raised alongside her two siblings called Shawn and Tyrone. Sadly, she lost her brother in his army service battle on 10th, November 2019.
Molette Green Education
Molette Green went to DC Public schools. Immediately after finishing high school, she attended Howard University where she graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Molette Green Husband
Molette Green is happily married to her lovely husband named Rickey L. Green. The pair exchanged their wedding vows in a private wedding ceremony attended by close friends and family on December 1, 2009. The duo is blessed with two beautiful daughters, Rickie Simone who was born on 25 August 2005, and Rylie who was born on 28 December 2007. The family resides in Prince George’s County, USA.
Molette Green Salary
She bags an ample salary of $77,111 annually. This is in accordance with NBC4 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Molette Green Net Worth
Molette has accumulated a decent fortune over the years and has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Molette Green Career
Currently, she covers stories In the Community during the week and anchors the weekend editions of News4 Today. Molette along with her photographer, Irene Johnson, spend their mornings showcasing what organizations and people all around the Washington area are doing in our community. She has been covering the news for more than 25 years, in her hometown of Washington, D.C. Molette was awarded an Emmy Award for her work on NBC4’s newscasts.
Green anchored the morning news on Newschannel 8 for almost a decade prior to brief stints at WTTG-TV and in COX Media Group’s Washington Bureau. She was heard on WHUR Radio, contributing to Talk Around Town and reporting morning and evening newscasts. Green also produced and hosted Howard University’s WHUT programs.
After joining DC Public Schools and graduating from Howard University, she left Washington to anchor the news in Mississippi prior to returning to town to begin her family. She has been honored many times throughout her career, such as through Washington’s Salute to Professional African American Women and special honors by the Associated Press.